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Video Collections

About Video Streaming

There are many ways to use streaming videos. You can 

  • have your own learning experience by viewing them within each database.  
  • share them with other Lambton College students, staff, and faculty by linking or embedding the videos into an email or document. 
  • quote them by using a provided transcript in a presentation or report.  
  • show a clip during a presentation by embedding in your PowerPoint.

If you would like to learn more, contact us or visit us in the Teaching and Learning Commons. 

Logging In

Our video streaming collections are for current students, faculty, and staff of Lambton College. If prompted for a username and password upon clicking a database link, your username is your Lambton ID number (e.g. C0123456) OR your Lambton email. Your password is always your Lambton College network password. 

Some databases have the option to make an account for accessing extra features. Unless instructed otherwise, any email and password can be used in creating these database-based accounts. 

Classroom Use and Copyright

According to Fair Dealing under the Canadian Copyright Act, Lambton College faculty and staff may use these videos as part of classroom presentations. Lambton College students are also covered by Fair Dealings when using these videos in a presentation or assignment for their college courses. Proper citation and reference information is required when videos are used in slide show presentations, digital handouts, or assignments.  

For more information, see the Copyright page. Questions can be directed to Steph Black

Citation

The common formats for an APA citation of an online video or film are: 

Person or group who uploaded video. (Date of publication). Title of video [Video]. Website host. URL 

Director, D. D. (Director). (Date of publication). Title of motion picture [Film]. Production company. 

To see more examples, go to the APA Documentation Guide created by the Communications Department at Lambton College. The most recent edition can always be found on D2L.